As Richie and Leo came into the family room
camera at the same time. Really? How hard can this be?
Karen was right. This was much harder than I thought.
them liked that big pool of water, at all. Maybe next year.
Dennis likes knowing where I am. I like that he is so interested. I
know this would not be everyone's cup of tea, but it's mine.
So McKenna introduced us to a free phone app called,
Find My Friends, that allows one to follow a person where ever
they go (with their permission and sign up of course). She uses hers
to know when McKay is almost home so she can have dinner on
the table as he walks through the door.
I thought Den might like this app, and he does.
It works especially well for me because my new resolution is not
to touch my phone while driving. (I got this idea from a friend on
Facebook who nearly had an accident just checking her phone.)
I've told Den that I will no longer look at his calls or texts until I
get to my destination.
With this new phone app, he doesn't need to call or text me to
ask where I am. He can just bring up the app on his phone and
watch my car go from place to place. Not that he just sits there and
does that all day, at least I don't think so, but I like him being able
to. He takes his job as protector very seriously. It's just his nature
Dennis put the app on my phone too so I can also chart his course.
But I've never used it. I don't care where he is, just as long as he
comes home to me each day.
The 1st day of school was actually 2 weeks ago around here.
Just now getting this on here so you can see my interview.
And at the end, NO, Violet did not have rubber on her feet,
and she was not on a trampoline. I can't figure it out either.
First day of school for the locals from Jill Shelley on Vimeo.
I wish I had read THIS first before I did this interview!
Makes me want to go back and do this all over again.
Now I want to go find me some kids so I can try
these questions out on them. Maybe I will….